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! scope="col" width="160" |Analysis
 
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| Open Project
 
 
 
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| Export 16-bit WAV
 
 
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| Export 32-bit float WAV
 
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| Export MP3 @192 JS cont
 
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| Export AAC
 
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| Amplify
 
 
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| Noise Reduction
 
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| Import 30 minute 16-bit WAV
 
 
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| Import 30 minute 32-bit float WAV
 
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| Import 30 minute 192 MP3
 
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| Import 30 minute AAC
 
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| Save 30 minute imported project
 
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| effects\NoiseRemoval.cpp(193):
 
| // FIX-ME: Should we check return value on Write?
 
| Cleanspeech profile does not flag error if can't write file.
 
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| export\ExportFFmpegDialogs.cpp(430):
 
| // FIX-ME: Catch XMLFileWriterException
 
| Writing presets does not check for file error.
 
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| export\ExportFFmpegDialogs.cpp(447):
 
| // FIX-ME: Catch XMLFileWriterException
 
| Reading presets does not check for file error.
 
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| widgets\Ruler.cpp(692):
 
| // FIX-ME: We don't draw a tick if of end of our label arrays
 
| Very minor.
 
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| widgets\Ruler.cpp(752):
 
| // FIX-ME: we shouldn't even get here if strPos < 0.
 
| Minor.  Worst outcome if there is a problem would be missing ticks.
 
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| widgets\Ruler.cpp(804):
 
| // FIX-ME: We don't draw a tick if of end of our label arrays
 
| Cut and pasted code.
 
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| widgets\Ruler.cpp(866):
 
| // FIX-ME: we shouldn't even get here if strPos < 0.
 
| Cut and pasted code.
 
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| widgets\Ruler.cpp(981):
 
| // FIX-ME: Surely we do not need to allocate storage for the labels?
 
| Custom ruler annotation looks mildly expensive in terms of mallocs / frees.
 
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